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Windows 7: Random Freezes returning from sleep/hibernation

09 Oct 2009   #1

Windows 7 7600 x64/x32
 
 
Random Freezes returning from sleep/hibernation

Happened in both beta/rc and RTM where on m emachine laptop upon returning from sleep "i assume its hibernation since win 7 enters that state after X amount of minutes when sleeping" that the pc will suddenly lockup from a mouse movement or something of that sort... i remember reading some previous threads but i cant remember where they were but i do remember no one had a solid resolution. is there any way to grab a dump off this issue to debug... there is no bsod and the issue is pretty common for people. kinda surprised it hasn't been fixed yet by ms. is there any current way to disable sleep-hibernation but leave the standard manual way of going into hibernation enabled?

x32 ultimate off fresh installs that this would occur.

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09 Oct 2009   #2

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Solace View Post
Happened in both beta/rc and RTM where on m emachine laptop upon returning from sleep "i assume its hibernation since win 7 enters that state after X amount of minutes when sleeping" that the pc will suddenly lockup from a mouse movement or something of that sort... i remember reading some previous threads but i cant remember where they were but i do remember no one had a solid resolution. is there any way to grab a dump off this issue to debug... there is no bsod and the issue is pretty common for people. kinda surprised it hasn't been fixed yet by ms. is there any current way to disable sleep-hibernation but leave the standard manual way of going into hibernation enabled?

x32 ultimate off fresh installs that this would occur.
No bsod, no dumps. But Ms admited some machines may have problems when coming out of sleep at idle. there is a small app called insomnia, which MS released to deal with it untill it is resolved. I didnt really read the whole thread but you can searxh here for it or google insomnia.

Hppope it helps


Ken
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09 Oct 2009   #3

Windows 7 7600 x64/x32
 
 

going to need a link googing insomnia here results this thread only and google gives results on basically insomnia... windows 7 insomnia returns a program that keeps the computer awake which if thats the same program you are speaking of them its not really what im looking for. simply disabling sleep/hibernation i guess is the only result until its fixed.

nvm found the thread... i guess i must have had the seach only selection this area of the forums to be searched
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20 Dec 2009   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate - 32Bit
 
 

Had to register and post this link since it's in the Blogs. I'm having this problem and Google sent me here for my research. And the tool is not officially at MS's website, its in the MSDN Blogs:

Delay's Blog : Give your computer insomnia [Free tool and source code to temporarily prevent a machine from going to sleep!]
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